Johann Christoph Pezel
Sonata from "Hora Decima"
Johann Sebastian Bach
With his cantatas and oratorios, the Leipzig Thomaskantor Johann Sebastian Bach was the ultimate paragon of Protestant liturgical music. At the same time, with works like The Well-Tempered Clavier, The Art of the Fugue and The Musical Offering, he... more
Contrapunktus IX from "The Art of Fugue", BWV 1080
Georg Friedrich Händel
Born on February 23, 1685 in Halle Died on April 4, 1759 in London more
Suite No. 2 in D major, HWV 349 from the "Water Music"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
With his symphonies, operas, concerti and chamber music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (born on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg) is today the most-performed composer of all times. While still a child, he was already an international celebrity: trotted out by... more
"Alleluja" from "Exsultate, jubilate" K. 165
"Fancies, Toyes and Dreams"
"Procession of the Nobles" from "Mlada"-Suite
"Prière à Notre-Dame" from "Suite Gothique", Opus 25
American composer George Gershwin can justifiably be called one of the fathers of today´s so popular ?crossover? movement. This son of Russian-Jewish immigrants earned his first laurels with activities as a song plugger and then soon landed a... more
Medley from "Porgy and Bess"
"Mosaics" for brass quintet
Guido Segers, trumpet
Born in Bree in north-eastern Belgium, the musician completed his training on the trumpet at the conservatories in Brussels and Liège; after that, he worked with Pierre Thibaud in Paris, where he continued his studies in close collaboration with... more
Markus Rainer, trumpet
Markus Rainer was born in Lienz, Austria, in 1977 and began studying the trumpet at the age of twelve. From 1993 to 1999 he studied with Erich Rinner at the Tyrol State Conservatory in Innsbruck. Since 1993 he has been a member of the ensemble of... more
Jörg Brückner, horn
Jörg Brückner was born in 1971 in Leipzig and began his training as a horn player in 1985 at the "Belevedere" Special School of Music in Weimar. Between 1989-1992 he studied with Rainer Heimbuch and Karl Biehlig at the "Franz Liszt" Academy of Music... more
Quirin Willert, trombone
Born in Tegernsee, Germany, Quirin Willert took up accordion and piano at the age of six. This was followed by the trombone at the age of eleven years, with which he gained early orchestral experience in the Bavarian State Youth Orchestra. He... more
Ricardo Carvalhoso, tuba
Ricardo Carvalhoso is from Arcos de Valdevez in the North of Portugal and has been a member of the Munich Philharmonic since 2017. Like his brother before him, he had his first contact with music at a young age through the local brass band. Starting... more